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                    GnuPG - The GNU Privacy Guard
                   -------------------------------
-                           Version 1.3.6
+                           Version 1.4.0
 
            Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
                 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
                     to include support if all required libraries are
                     available.
 
+     --enable-selinux-support
+                    This prevents access to certain files and won't
+                    allow import or export of secret keys. 
+
+     --disable-gnupg-iconv
+                    If iconv is available it is used to convert
+                    between utf-8 and the system character set.  This
+                    is in general the preferable solution.  However
+                    the code is new and under some cirumstances it may
+                    give different output than with the limited old
+                    support.  This option allows to explicity disable
+                    the use of iconv.  Note, that iconv is also
+                    disabled if getext has been disabled.
+
+     --enable-backsigs
+                    Enables "backsigs" support.  This is a currently
+                   experimental solution to a subtle OpenPGP protocol
+                   problem involving signing subkeys.  It is
+                   specified in the 2440bis drafts that will become
+                   the new OpenPGP standard, but is not finalized yet
+                   and has not had interoperability testing.  Use at
+                   your own risk.
+
 
     Installation Problems
     ---------------------
     and we try to answer questions when time allows us to do so.
 
     Commercial grade support for GnuPG is available; please see
-    the GNU service directory or search other resources.
+    the GNU service directory or check out http://g10code.com.